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StepMania is a music/rhythm game. The player presses different buttons in time to the music and to note patterns that scroll across the screen. Features 3D graphics, visualizations, support for gamepads/dance pads, a step recording mode, and more! WE HAVE MOVED TO GITHUB.1,124 weekly downloads
A secure, feature-rich, customizable embedded Linux network appliance264 weekly downloads
Erubis is a pure ruby implementation of eRuby (embedded Ruby). It is very fast, extensible, flexible, and secure.10 weekly downloads
Simple utility to convert PNG to JPEG4 weekly downloads
NModule is an extensible plug-in framework for the .NET framework. It is an abstraction layer on top of the reflection API. It uses roles (defined by the application) to determine how to use a module.1 weekly downloads
BTS is a Build Template System designed for building packages for th common packing systems in use by current distributions based on a single XML package description. We are finally restarting development after a long break due to NeOS work.
Club Beatdown is a Rhythm Based Fighting game where scenesters beat the crap out of each other. Our goal is to create a customizable shell around which a community can grow and contribute content, ultimately empowering artists/musicians.
Platform game being developed on XNA using the FlatRedBall game engine. The game also includes a built-in level editor for easy level creation and distribution.
ssbb/lol fighting game
Smalltalk YX is an open source programming language. It's an implementation of the Smalltalk-80 standard.
X* is a powerful, extensible programming language that is using an Extensible Entity approach (A very enhanced OOP). I've been programming for the past 10 years with dozens of Programming Languages from different Paradigms... I wanted more.